Cruse Bereavement CareHelp for the bereaved
Cruse exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people in general and to help them understand their grief and cope with their loss. As well as a National Helpline, Cruse offers free face to face emotional and practical support, advice and information plus a large network of support groups. It also offers training for those working with bereaved people plus specialist support for bereaved children.
Each year over 100,000 people of all ages contact Cruse for help and information and this is made possible by their large network of volunteers who help run the branches and support the bereaved individuals.
Cruse also campaigns on behalf of bereaved people in order to make life easier and to be better understood. This includes topics such as breaking taboos on death, understanding the effects of different types of bereavement, recognizing the grief of non-married partners and also raising awareness of bereavement as a health issue.
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